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Schlesinger, H.J. (1956). British Journal of Psychology. XLVI, 1955: Freud and the Culture-Psychologists. Terence White Gervais. Pp. 293-305.. Psychoanal Q., 25:459.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: British Journal of Psychology. XLVI, 1955: Freud and the Culture-Psychologists. Terence White Gervais. Pp. 293-305.

(1956). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25:459

British Journal of Psychology. XLVI, 1955: Freud and the Culture-Psychologists. Terence White Gervais. Pp. 293-305.

Herbert J. Schlesinger

Gervais examines very concisely the complaints that Freud ignored cultural and social factors and that his work was constricted by his own culture and environment. Although Gervais concludes that Freud is partially guilty of these two sins, he presents a more subtle and deeper interpretation of these factors. He finds that the charges have been so exaggerated as to expose even grosser comparable faults in Freud's opponents.

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Schlesinger, H.J. (1956). British Journal of Psychology. XLVI, 1955. Psychoanal. Q., 25:459

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